Sandro Tonali will be bought out by Milan in the next days, while Giacomo Olzer will go the other way.
Tonali joined Milan on a €10m loan with option to buy for €15m plus €10m bonuses. There were never doubts about the desire to keep Sandro, but Paolo Maldini wanted to lower to price of the player and renegotiate the deal terms.
As reported by Milannews.it, Sky Italia and others, in the last few days, talks intensified between Milan and Brescia to find a new agreement for Tonali.
The Rossoneri had to move quickly as Serie A rules suggest that all options to buy need to be exercised by June 16. According to Antonio Vitiello, a deal seems to be more or less in place for Tonali: Milan will pay €15m including bonuses (instead of €25m) to keep Tonali, but will send the young talent Giacomo Olzer to Brescia on a permanent transfer (with a buy-back clause).
In addition, Brescia would be entitled to 20% of a future sale of Tonali. There is confidence that a total agreement can be completed shortly and the operation is currently being defined.